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The decision follows compelling letters from Palestinian football teams, including those whose players have lost lives and limbs to Israeli bullets, urging Uruguay not to sportswash Israeli apartheid

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Join Palestinian clubs, whose players have lost lives and limbs to Israeli soldiers and military assaults, in urging international football teams not to play matches in apartheid Israel.
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Balata Youth Center, whose 16-year-old player Saeed Odeh was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers last year, and the Palestine Amputee Football Association, made up of players who lost limbs to Israeli snipers and military assaults on Gaza, urge international teams not to play in apartheid Israel.

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Al Khader Sports Club, still mourning its second young player shot and killed by Israeli soldiers in less than two months, urges Uruguay not to accept apartheid Israel’s cynical invitation to host its pre-World Cup training session.

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Estimado Ignacio Alonso, jugadores de la selección de Uruguay, directivos y personal:

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Montevideo, 2 de junio de2022

Ec. Ignacio Alonso
Presidente y Consejo Ejecutivo de la Asociación Uruguaya de Fútbol

Integrantes de la Selección Uruguaya de Fútbol masculino

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Thousands of artists worldwide have publicly endorsed the cultural boycott of Israel. Find a pledge near you or in your field.

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November 16, 2019—The Argentina and Uruguay national football teams are planning to go ahead with a “friendly” match in Israel, despite Israel’s recent attack on Gaza that killed

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Football players for the Argentina and Uruguay national teams have the power and the influence to stop the "friendly" match in apartheid Israel.

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November 11, 2019—The Argentina and Uruguay national football teams have confirmed a friendly match in Israel on November 18.